What, Pizza? A Sneak Peak + Explaination

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As you’ve probably caught on from my blog post: Happiness In The Scouting Way , I, Kevin Ly, am part of the Boy Scouts of America. Something like this would usually go on a personal blog post, however with our book coming out in a few months, I would like how to explain how Scouting fits into our book, “I’ll have a pizza with everything on it.” as well as talk about our book itself. Continue reading

Every Second Counts

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Throughout our lives, we’ve most likely heard the phrase, “Make every second count,” or some variation of it. I’ve never really made full sense of this phrase; Rather, I’ve kinda shrugged it off and have taken it for granted. Nevertheless, I’ve never come to truly appreciate the truth of such a simple saying until it finally came back to bite me in the butt.

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Student-Teacher Relationship

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In order for teachers to teach, and students to learn, one criteria must be met. That is simply trust. This responsibility initially lies on the teacher; he or she must begin to establish this trust, the connection with students that makes them feel willing to learn from him/her. The teacher must show that they are willing to trust their students before students can trust the teacher. Otherwise, students will say to themselves, “Why should I listen to this person in front of the class?” Continue reading

Cinematic Convolutions: Its Something

Thought I’d like to share the first ever thing I’ve ever filmed.

Its’s like that one old toy you had as a kid, it was ugly and kinda malformed by playing with it so often and of course you had no idea what you were doing, but holy moly it was yours and you were just proud to have it.

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Nothing Lasts Forever

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I’m sure all of us have heard the saying, “You do not know what you have, before it’s gone,” or something along the same lines, right?  You’ve probably heard this plenty of times, especially during your childhood days, from teachers, parents, etc. However, this is a moral lesson that cannot be taught, but only experienced.  Continue reading